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Course

The guarantee of quality of this course is rooted in the name of the architect: Keith Preston. He is the creator of the design of this par 72 championship-level eighteen-hole course, and personally supervised the entire construction. This British golf architect has completed the highly regarded Albatross and Ypsilonka projects in the Czech Republic.

Thanks to its magnificent setting in the beautiful landscape of Posázaví, Loreta Golf Pyšely has ambitions not to lag behind its older siblings in the slightest. The architect managed to use the local rugged landscape, to preserve many natural features, forest corners and mature trees, and the course as a whole does not give the impression of being a young development.

The design was created with an intent to building a sportingly demanding course from championship tees and at the same time a fair and playable course for intermediate players from yellow and red tees.

You may wonder what would happen if you join a club, but on the weekend you do not get to use the course because of a tournament. We are aware of the fact that not all of you have the opportunity to spend only weekdays playing golf. If you want to spend a weekend golfing with your family, we aim to accommodate you as much as possible. That's why we guarantee that you will be able to play on the course at the weekend.

  • Sunday is member's day at Loreta
  • Reservations for Sunday playing times will be preferentially offered to Premium members and their guests until 5 p.m. on Thursday
  • On Sundays, playing times are not sold for the purpose of hosting commercial tournaments
  • If there is a commercial tournament at Loreta (course rental outside of Sundays), any free playing times before the start and after the end of the tournament will primarily be offered to the Premium members
  • We start smaller golf tournaments (20-60 players) only with a rolling start from hole #1 and in most cases at 10:00 a.m. so that members have the opportunity to play before and after the tournament. In this way, we occupy the least requested times for the tournament on the given day.